WALL TOWNSHIP — The Wall Township Committee on Oct. 12 introduced an ordinance authorizing the township to fund capital improvement projects with a bond of $4,866,200. The improvements include drainage work, road work, garbage disposal vehicles and the installation of security cameras on various township properties.
The bond ordinance will be considered for adoption after a public hearing at a committee meeting at the Township Municipal Complex, 2700 Allaire Road, on Nov. 9, at 7 p.m.
In the bond, $1,971,200 targets various roadway and drainage improvements throughout the township, notably funding Phase II of the improvements on Baileys Corner Road, which includes excavation, milling, paving, reconstruction, curbing, sidewalks, drainage improvements and more.
In the bond, $1,099,000 targets various township facility improvements, including radio system replacement, security camera system replacement for the police department, the construction of pickleball courts and the construction of a vehicle wash for the public works department.
Vehicles and Equipment
New vehicle acquisitions budgeted for $1,796,000 include two automated sanitation trucks, a front loading sanitation truck, an ambulance remount, a hook lift and dump truck.
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